Jindas is an NGO dedicated to urban regeneration in the city of Lod, in Israel’s socio-economic periphery.
Al Sanabel is a catering business providing employment and a professional, empowering work environment together with personal support for women from the Arab and Bedouin sectors.
Hadarim Fund promotes the idea of physical and social urban renewal in the Hadar neighbourhood near Haifa’s Talpiot Market.
Beit Issie Shapiro’s International Rehabilitation Centre is a social start-up providing services for children and adults with disabilities.
Games for Peace is an NGO that uses gaming to promote tolerance and dialogue between children of different sectors of Israeli society: Jewish, Arab, religious and secular.
Desert19 is a strong women-led business for female employment in the periphery, providing customers with a wide range of remote services (marketing, administrative, PA services, etc.).
Lev19 is a social start-up providing financial and book-keeping services while securing stable employment opportunities for women from the social and economic periphery.
Ampersand is a unique shared working space that provides offices, conference rooms and event locations for Haredi men and women in the tech industry.
Enosh is Israel’s largest mental health association spearheading the field of mental health in Israel using innovative rehabilitation services.
KIEDF provides non-bank loans for small and micro-businesses operated by entrepreneurs of Ethiopian descent.